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Retractable 1.2 kW solar awning for RVs

Recent recipient of the German Innovation Award, the Xponent Power solar awning is a wind-resilient electricity producer for off-grid adventures.

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Not-for-profit community choice aggregator activates 73 MW solar project

California’s East Bay Community Energy will purchase energy from the Idemitsu Renewables project.

California “don’t tax the sun” rooftop solar rally planned

In opposition to the proposed NEM 3.0, thousands of Californians are planning to gather in Los Angeles and San Francisco to submit comments to Governor Gavin Newsom and the CPUC at 10:30 am on June 2.

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Sunrise brief: Missile strike destroys solar plant in Ukraine

Also on the rise: Jigar Shah begins a series on the challenges that come with achieving a zero-carbon electric grid and the role of virtual power plants. The US Navy aims for 100% carbon-free electricity by 2030. Solar Decathlon opens programs for high school students and professionals.

US Navy aims for 100% carbon-free electricity by 2030

“Climate change is one of the most destabilizing forces of our time, exacerbating other national security concerns and posing serious readiness challenges,” said Secretary of the Navy Carlos Del Toro, in announcing the target.

The making of a clean energy prosumer: Part three

Economist-at-large Ahmad Faruqui shares his personal journey through solar, energy storage, and electric vehicle ownership in California.

Sunrise brief: Recurrent Energy completes Mississippi’s largest solar installation under a Build Transfer Agreement 

Also on the rise: Solar farm anticipated to power nearly one-quarter of Philadelphia government buildings. Hydrogren research advances. Californian shares his story on going solar.

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The making of a clean energy prosumer: Part two

Economist-at-large Ahmad Faruqui shares his personal journey through solar, energy storage, and electric vehicle ownership in California.

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The making of a clean energy prosumer: Part one

Economist-at-large Ahmad Faruqui shares his personal journey through solar, energy storage, and electric vehicle ownership in California.

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Incentives drive solar adoption among low- to middle-income residents

With the emerging energy justice agenda, US policymakers could use incentives to help low- to moderate-income households adopt solar, according to a recent Lawrence Berkeley National Lab report.

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